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Historic models of conservation are being superseded by the integration of ecological, economic and social dimensions into a simultaneously sustainable and supportive whole. This transition is evident as South Africa evolves from an apartheid history to novel governance including the equitable, sustainable and efficient use of water within an arid and increasingly climate-challenged landscape. The concept of 'value chains', established in industrial and government thinking, has been applied todoi:10.4236/jwarp.2009.13022 fatcat:dkyxcgzsefdw3jyrj36nogktoa